Cafe with British roots opens first Canadian location at Square One in Mississauga

Posted by Ashley Newport

Posted on September 3, 2021 at 2:21 p.m.

A coffeehouse chain associated with a popular global restaurant brand will soon be opening inside the Food District at Square One in Mississauga.

Farzi Cafe, a restaurant operated by the Massive Restaurants brand run by former MasterChef India Zorawar Kalra, will open its first Canadian outpost in Mississauga in the not-so-distant future.

According to the Farzi Cafe website, the cafe concept debuted in London in 2019, just minutes from Piccadilly Circus.

Kalra, who has been called “the prince of Indian cuisine”, was mentored by Jiggs Kalra, her father and a man sometimes referred to as the “tsar of Indian cuisine”. According to the Farzi Cafe website, the Massive Restaurants brand operates a number of fine dining restaurants around the world, including Jiggs Kalra’s Masala Library, Made in Punjab, Pa Pa Ya, KODE and more.

Food wise, the London location has small plates and salads, main dishes such as Tandoori paneer and mushroom butter masala, a vegan menu, Sunday brunch, group menus and takeaways.

The Food District restaurant is scheduled to open in October.

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